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  1. Is the sub amp still powering up? Buzz could be something up with the amp or a ground loop issue. The buzz could also be the notorious Pioneer head unit nightmare. Need more info to diagnose your problem before you spend more money and break more stuff
  2. I don't know about CES. I'd love to head up there though man since it's so close to me. I've got my wedding coming up this year so that's taking a lot of time and energy(and money) planning for it since it's going to be in Hawaii.
  3. Surprised you didn't go with a bandpass enclosure. I know a lot of guys that have gone that route and used the top chamber as their ported and fire it into the cabin.
  4. Look at the gorilla fingers on this MF... Cool new ride, can't wait to see the audio side.
  5. I'm still around, on FB mostly. I do a build or 2 a year for local guys and design another 10-12 boxes a year for folks. I got into motocross again and bought a home/got engaged so I don't have a lot of time to throw at audio anymore
  6. You won't find it Kenn, that will be a one off fabrication you're going to need someone to build for you. No companies like DC or Mechman are going to make a bracket. You'd also have to remove some engine accessory to run a triple.
  7. Awesome grave dig on a 5+ year old thread. Resurrection at its finest!
  8. And not RECENT purchase, but the reason I got out of BIG car audio:
  9. Just picked up from Karkov. Nothing big as I'm only going to run a Crossfire C1700D. They don't put out all that much power
  10. I've had this a few weeks but decided to share here. I was in need of a project and this was a perfect example. All it needed was a pair of intake valves.
  11. I'll tell you this, the larger of the safe side you can go, the easier it will be to design an enclosure with proper port area. The smaller the enclosure, the longer the port must be to get the desired tune and proper port area typically. Don't get up to 1 cube though, they don't like THAT much from what I've personally heard. .6-.75 per sub is plenty.
  12. I'm curious why there was suspicion in the first place to go through all this work. Most of us would have installed it, and THEN if it exhibited problems, uninstalled to investigate.
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